Late Night Programming

Late Night Programming is an initiative implemented by Student Leadership and Involvement with the help and support of many student organizations and student leaders. Entertainment is funded by the Student Activity Fee with additional support from co-sponsorships.

The mission of late night programming is to make an alcohol-free environment available to students through quality late night entertainment during prime social times. All performers will perform on Friday or Saturday Nights in the MUB Ballroom unless otherwise noted.  Some performances may include adult material and content that might not be appropriate for all viewers.

Make sure you save these dates in your calendar!

Spring 2024 Line Up!

The Great Game

Thursday, April 4 at 8:00PM - MUB Commons

The Great Game

Remember the fun times playing Pokemon Go? Join us for a fun Outdoor Adventure where participants use an app similar to our favorite childhood game on their phone.

The gameplan: teams will break a secret code at Husky Plaza, see floating letters in augmented reality above an Engineering Building, and decipher a Morse code message sent by a secret witness near Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. Everyone on campus competes on one leaderboard for the fastest time - and it is all self-guided.

Free to play. Bring your friends. This is sure to be an outdoor adventure with fun and laughs! Check out Involvement Link for more details

Pre-Finals Pajama Party

Saturday, April 20 at 8:00 PM - Fisher 132 and 135

Pre-Finals Pajama Party

Join Student Leadership and Involvement's Late Night Program and Film Board for a Pre-Finals Week pajama party! We'll play games, watch a movie, and eat junk food. Exactly what you and your crew need before the finals grind. Wear you pajamas, and don't forget your comfy slippers and stuff animal. 

Movie TBD.

Junk food requests? Email Amy at SLI:

Past Events

Comedian Cam Bertrand

Saturday, January 29 at 10pm - MUB Ballroom

Cam Bertrand appeared in season 16 of America's Got Talent. He has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy today including: Joe Rogan, Andrew Schulz, Bert Kreischer, Pete Davidson, Hannibal Buress, Michael Che, Josh Blue, and Mike Epps. (Photo courtesy of NBC)

Winter Carnival Comedian: Drew Lynch

Friday, February 11 at 9pm - Rozsa   Ticket information

Drew Lynch is a stand-up comedian known for his 2015 appearance on the tenth season of America's Got Talent, finishing in second place in the finale. He told the judges of America's Got Talent that having developed a stutter due to a sports injury, he felt a responsibility to show others that one can make negative things into positive things. He is a regular content creator on the media-sharing website YouTube, often featuring his service dog Stella in his videos; his channel has earned over 2 million subscribers and 108 million views. (Photo courtesy of

Comedian Reggie Conquest

Friday, March 25 at 10pm - MUB Ballroom

Reggie Conquest is from Philadelphia where he started his comedy career at the legendary Laff House. Since moving to New York City, Reggie has performed on FuseTV’s Stand Up and Deliver and written for TruTV’s Impractical Jokers. His stand up has been featured at Brooklyn Comedy Festival, Skankfest, Hoboken Comedy Festival and Philadelphia Comedy Festival. (Photo courtesy of

We hope to see you at one or all of the shows!

If you want to get involved with this program, contact Student Leadership and Involvement at, call 906-487-1963, or stop by Student Leadership and Involvement (MUB 112) for more information.